All Discussions Tagged 'gardening' (14)

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Plant Labels

I've been off sick and wanting to do something related to growing stuff.  I found a box of embossable plantt labels and wrote names of plan…

Started by Daniel W

21 Nov 8
Reply by Joan Denoo

How can you be a cheap godless gardener?

The ecomony''s lousy. Costs are up. Incomes are down. Gardening has many benefits. Sense of peace, connection to nature, sense of accompli…

Started by Daniel W

54 May 24
Reply by Barbara Livingston

The big Drought, Climate Change, and Home Gardening

I don't watch TV news, so maybe everyone has already seen reports about the California drought and climate change elsewhere. I'm seeing in…

Started by Daniel W

2 Feb 17
Reply by Daniel W

Growing orris roots in Italy. A beautiful tradition.

sagrona.com   Orris is a perfume base, a flavoring in gin, and pot pouri, and has been used in herbalism.  Orris is an ancient tradition.  …

Started by Daniel W

4 Dec 19, 2013
Reply by Joan Denoo

Gardening and Climate Change

This was an interesting article from a horticulturist at Cornell.  It's fairly Northeast - centric, but that's expected since it's a talk t…

Started by Daniel W

1 Dec 15, 2013
Reply by Daniel W

Gardening Science - Book Reviews

Currently reading -  The Truth about Garden Remedies" by Jeff Gillman.  The author is a horticulturist who studies the effects of various…

Started by Daniel W

7 Dec 11, 2013
Reply by Daniel W

Heritage / Historic / Heirloom Varieties are the Future.

It's contrarian to look at old, and even ancient, plant varieties as one of the paths to future gardening.  They are not genetically engine…

Started by Daniel W

11 Nov 26, 2013
Reply by Plinius

Overwintering Garden Plants for Next Year.

When I was a boy, growing up in rural Illinois, it was common for gardeners to dig up some plants and store them in the basement for the wi…

Started by Daniel W

1 Nov 2, 2013
Reply by Joan Denoo

Growing fruit in the yard. Backyard Orchard Culture.

I'm curious if anyone is interested in backyard fruit growing. I have an average size suburban yard. I've been developing a small "backyard…

Started by Daniel W

27 Nov 19, 2012
Reply by Daniel W

Xeroscaping for water conservation.

With thoughts toward the current drought, and potential water shortages in the future, it's good to think about what likes, or tolerates, h…

Started by Daniel W

6 Aug 29, 2012
Reply by Daniel W

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